La traduction de notre site web vers le français a été prise en charge de façon pro bono par Emmanuelle Guenette de Blue Sparrow Translations. Nous lui sommes très reconnaissants pour le temps qu’elle a consacré bénévolement à ce minutieux travail. Nous tenons aussi à remercier vivement toute l’équipe de Traducteurs sans Frontières (TSF) qui nous a permis de trouver une traductrice bénévole pour ce grand travail. Pour connaître plus sur Emmanuelle Guenette, veuillez consulter son LinkedIn ou bien son ProZ.

L’installation de la version française de notre site a été possible grâce au soutien de WPML.org (The WordPress Multilingual Plugin), qui nous a offert ce plugin à titre gratuit. Nous en sommes très reconnaissants.

Nous sommes en train de mettre à jour la version française de notre site web. Entre-temps nous vous remercions de votre patience, et nous vous encourageons de nous contacter directement si vous avez des questions précises par rapport à notre travail et/ou notre cause.

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